How to Make a Microwave Poached Egg

A perfect failsafe recipe that you should try - you'll get perfect results every time.

Recipe By: Tobuchan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/25)
Serves 1 Cook: 3 min

Ingredients

Egg 1
Water 150ml

Method

1
Crack the egg into a small deep bowl and completely cover with cold water.
2
Microwave on medium for 90 seconds. Cook again for another 10 seconds at a time until it's done. I needed 100 seconds for this one.
3
Scoop out the egg with a large spoon and drain. Use it to top your meat or salad dish.

Tips & Note

For poaching in a microwave, you don't need to pierce the yolk as you need it to remain softly cooked.

How to Make a Microwave Poached Egg

A perfect failsafe recipe that you should try - you'll get perfect results every time.

Recipe By: Tobuchan (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/25)

Serves 1

Cook: 3 min

Ingredients

Egg 1
Water 150ml

How to Make a Microwave Poached Egg

Recipe ID :159 Posted on 01 APR 2015

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A perfect failsafe recipe that you should try - you'll get perfect results every time.

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Ingredients

Method

Cook
3min
1
Crack the egg into a small deep bowl and completely cover with cold water.
2
Microwave on medium for 90 seconds. Cook again for another 10 seconds at a time until it's done. I needed 100 seconds for this one.
3
Scoop out the egg with a large spoon and drain. Use it to top your meat or salad dish.

Tips & Note

For poaching in a microwave, you don't need to pierce the yolk as you need it to remain softly cooked.

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